Join Us Tonight for the Portland Java User’s Group

PJUG logoJava bytecode just works. In fact, it works so well that we tend to ignore it. But given Java bytecode’s success and ubiquity, shouldn’t we crack the hood and see how it works?

This evening, our own Chris Hansen will be presenting, Don’t Let Your Bytecode Just Sit There, to the Portland Java User’s Group. In his session, Chris will look at how bytecode is represented, and how to use the ASM library to view and manipulate it.  He’ll aslo use the Java Instrumentation API to modify classes as they’re loaded and change their behavior.

Chris is the manager of our Java and Node.js instrumentation teams. He has worked with Java software for over 13 years, and is interested in performance optimization, scalable systems, software development methods, and robotics.

This month’s PJUG meeting is being held at New Relic’s Portland office at 421 SW Sixth Avenue on the 11th floor. For more information on this or future PJUG events, see the group’s website.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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